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Asset Accounting in SAP Certification Training

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Offer ends 31 January 2022
Study method
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Duration
2.1 hours
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Overview

Uplatz offers comprehensive training on Asset Accounting in SAP. This is online video-based training course.

Asset Accounting in the SAP system is used for managing and monitoring fixed assets. In Financial Accounting, it serves as a subsidiary ledger to the general ledger, providing detailed information on transactions involving fixed assets.

With integration in the SAP system, Asset Accounting (FI-AA) transfers data directly to and from other SAP components.

SAP Asset Accounting consists of the following parts:

  • Traditional asset accounting
  • Processing leased assets
  • Preparation for consolidation
  • Information system

In this SAP Asset Accounting course by Uplatz, the students will gain knowledge of SAP Asset Accounting (FI-AA) in SAP-ERP, including its associated business benefits. This training will guide you through the considerable complexities of SAP-ERP configuration. FI-AA for fixed asset management enables you to manage assets in multinational companies across a broad range of industries and produce reports to meet various needs in line with legal requirements. Configuring SAP-ERP can be a daunting exercise, however, and there are few resources that address these issues.

Course Objective

By the end of this SAP Asset Accounting course, the students will be able to:

  • Understand how to process depreciation and year-end closing
  • Learn how to work with assets, transactions and depreciation
  • Post common transactions such as acquisitions, retirements, transfers
  • Run important asset reports such as Asset Balances, Total Depreciation and Asset History Sheet

Curriculum

1
section
5
lectures
2h 5m
total
    • 1: Introduction to Asset Accounting 08:47
    • 2: Creating and Assigning GL Accounts 36:13
    • 3: Depreciation in Asset Accounting 46:39
    • 4: Asset Sale with and without Customer 20:46
    • 5: Asset Impairment 11:38

Course media

Description

Asset Accounting in SAP course curriculum

1 Create Asset
2 Change & Display Asset
3 Asset Explorer
4 Acquisition with auto-offsetting entry
5 Acquisition with vendor
6 Asset Retirement (partial & full)
7 Asset Sale w/o customer
8 Intra-company Transfer Single Asset
9 Intra-company Transfer Multiple Assets
10 Display & Change Document
11 Reverse Document
12 Post Depreciation
13 Year End Change
14 Year End Close
15 Reverse Year End Close
16 Basic AA Reporting & Asset Balance Report
17 Additional Asset Balance Reports

Who is this course for?

  • SAP FI/CO Consultants
  • Accountants, Chartered Accountants
  • Financial Analysts
  • End Users
  • IT/Business analysts
  • Project Team Members
  • Business Analysts and Consultants
  • Individuals aspiring to kick-start a career in the world of SAP

Requirements

Passion and determination to achieve your goals!

Career path

  • SAP FICO Consultant
  • SAP Financial Analyst
  • Business Analyst/Consultant
  • Financial Accountant
  • Project Accountant
  • Auditor

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OBIAGELI PATIENCE asked:

Is there an assessment test. Is there a certificate. What would be on certificate. How would the assessment be done if any

Answer:

Hi Obiageli There is no assessment test. Once you complete the course to your satisfaction i.e. once you complete watching all the course videos thoroughly, just let us know and our team will issue you the certificate. It will be "Certificate of Course Completion" awarded by Uplatz certifying that you successfully completed this course. Team Uplatz

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